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How To Watch Clare v Waterford In The All-Ireland Quaterfinals

How To Watch Clare v Waterford In The All-Ireland Quaterfinals
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It's another bumper weekend of action in the 2020 All-Ireland hurling championship, with two quarterfinals to be decided. Galway will take on Tipperary in one quarterfinal, while Waterford will take on Clare in the other. If you were wondering how to watch Clare v Waterford, here's all the information you need.

When does Clare v Waterford take place?

Clare will take on Waterford this Saturday at 3.45pm at Pairc ui Chaoimh in Cork.

How to watch Clare v Waterford?


Clare v Waterford will be broadcast exclusively on Sky Sports Go.

What is the form of the two counties heading into the match?

Both teams come into this match on the back of encouraging, if varying results last weekend. Clare won the Davy Derby last Saturday and beat Wexford on the back of a virtuoso performance from Tony Kelly. Pat O'Connor of Clare said this week he wasn't shocked by Kelly's form.

He really, really, really put the shoulder to the wheel and I know he was onto strength and conditioning and onto skills coaches just to get pointers on where to get better and how to get better and the result of it is what you're seeing now, which is just a guy in total confidence, total conviction in everything that he's doing and you have to say he's bringing the team along with him and he's a super guy.

Waterford were beaten in the Munster final by Limerick, but the match was Limerick's sternest test thus far in 2020 and there are clear signs that new Déise manager Liam Cahill is having a hugely positive effect on his men.

What's the recent form between the counties?

The counties did not play each other in the 2020 National Hurling League as they were in different groups. Clare won the last time the two counties met, in the 2019 Munster round robin, as Peter Duggan scored 0-8 and Clare held on for a 1-20 to 0-22 point win in Walsh Park. The games between the two counties tend to be close, as anyone who remembers the 2016 League Final will recall.

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